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dat is een interpretatie. Een andere is dat de stemmers van PVV zijn meer divers in hun zelfgerapporteerd…
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ok, now with even more parties (50PLUS, Pirates) and more data points (>47 thousand). Party supporters id-ed based…
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the pattern is pretty similar when looking at the 2014 EP election (data from , thanks to )
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note that HDI is not ideal for measuring change (it is capped at 1.0) and sample of countries increases over time (…
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My article with and now out in the APSR. As we reported in our op-ed last week, congressional elit…
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Analysis of visitors' mobility patterns through random walk in the Louvre museum

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to some extent: for example, countries remain landlocked when they lose wars (e.g. Bolivia). But I…
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Aligns with the finding that merely asking people to trace the causal paths by which policies will have effects red…
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adding two more dummies - EU membership and (former) communist rule - brings the adjusted R-squared to 0.60, with t…
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I looked into the influence of geography on development in order to show how weak it is. But it is actually quite a…
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Where is the Global South? | Dimiter Toshkov
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The ‘Global South’ is a terrible term. Don’t use it!
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Do rewards make people perform worse?

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difference-in-means can be biased in cluster randomized trials!

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Very interesting read on territorial representation and policy change!
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Untitled (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1801.03635.pdf)
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